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On-farm hatching - a growing trend in the US and Canada
On-farm hatching - a growing trend in the US and Canada
On-farm hatching - a growing trend in the US and Canada

Hatching your chicks in your own poultry house rather than having them delivered is a concept that's popular in Europe and is now gaining some traction in the US and Canada.

Europe's farmers are in revolt and the far right is trying to make hay
Europe's farmers are in revolt and the far right is trying to make hay
Europe's farmers are in revolt and the far right is trying to make hay

Farmers are mad about high costs and low prices, about the prospect of free trade deals, about the constraints of climate regulations, about what they say is a failure of political elites ...

French getting a grip on avian influenza
French getting a grip on avian influenza
French getting a grip on avian influenza

By mid-March, the French authorities had registered 10 cases of high pathogenic avian influenza since the first detection on 27 November 2023.

Detecting ileitis in a swine herd
Detecting ileitis in a swine herd
Detecting ileitis in a swine herd

Ileitis is an inflammation of the small and large intestines caused by an infection with the bacteria Lawsonia intracellularis.

Bird flu discovered in U.S. dairy cows is disturbing
Bird flu discovered in U.S. dairy cows is disturbing
Bird flu discovered in U.S. dairy cows is disturbing

Scientist who tracks infections on cattle farms discusses implications of recently announced virus detections.

New laying hen welfare standards paused following industry criticism
New laying hen welfare standards paused following industry criticism
New laying hen welfare standards paused following industry criticism

Anger over the planned introduction of veranda and daylight provisions for free-range and barn laying birds have prompted the UK's largest animal welfare charity to pause implementation of its new welfare standards.

Active walking in broiler chickens - a flagship for good welfare
Active walking in broiler chickens - a flagship for good welfare
Active walking in broiler chickens - a flagship for good welfare

Automated assessment of broiler chicken welfare poses particular problems due to the huge number of birds involved and the range of different welfare measures currently being proposed.

Shrimp industry is expected to earn more US$ 4 billion
Shrimp industry is expected to earn more US$ 4 billion
Shrimp industry is expected to earn more US$ 4 billion

Department of Fisheries (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development) in conjunction with Directorate of Fisheries, organized a forum on solutions to develop Vietnam's shrimp industry in a sustainable manner.

Collaborate to support low-emission agricultural solutions in the Mekong Delta
Collaborate to support low-emission agricultural solutions in the Mekong Delta
Collaborate to support low-emission agricultural solutions in the Mekong Delta

ChildFund Korea and ActionAid Vietnam will replicate the biogas model of waste treatment and provide low-emission gas for farming households.

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